The terminal tackle is a typical gear used by the fishermen that are mounted to the end of the fishing line and includes sinkers, hooks, floats, swivels, leaders, snaps, beads, spoons, blades, clevises, spinners, along with split rings and wire.
This terminal tackle is located to the end, or close to the tip of the angling line. The technique of mounting the terminal tackle can be either via clipping, sliding, or fastening. Besides, the standard substance utilized for the terminal tackle is plastic, foam, lead, stainless steel, tungsten, tin, and wood. Nevertheless, such pieces of terminal tackle come in distinct sizes and are based upon the specific fish species to be netted. Again, they are also selected depending on the color of the soft baits such as plastic worms.